Drive-Thru Testing Available by Appointment

Notice: Anyone tested at a Snohomish Health District site prior to November 12, 2020, will receive results from the Health District. Those tested November 12 or after should check their results with University of Washington Laboratory using the instructions provided at your testing appointment.

  1. Registration
  2. Testing Schedule
  3. Eligibility Criteria

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Register by location

Testing is by appointment only and registration is now open for both Everett sites. Appointments for the Lynnwood location will open Friday, and Sultan’s slots will open on Monday.

  • 3900 Broadway (Everett Memorial Stadium parking lot)

    • CLICK HERE to register for this location if you have symptoms
    • CLICK HERE to register for this location if you do NOT have symptoms
  • 915 N. Broadway (WSU Everett Parking Lot) 

    • CLICK HERE to register for this location if you have symptoms
    • CLICK HERE to register for this location if you do NOT have symptoms
  • 501 Date Street, Sultan  

  • 5320 176th Street SW (Lynnwood Food Bank)

    • CLICK HERE to register for this location if you have symptoms
    • CLICK HERE to register for this location if you do NOT have symptoms 

Click additional tabs at top of page or below (if on mobile device) to navigate to Schedule and Registration.

Registration and Appointment Process

Websites have been set up where people will be asked screening questions and sign up for an appointment. If there are multiple people who will be coming in the same vehicle to be tested, each of them should register. 

People who are being tested should arrive on-time and no more than 15 minutes before their appointment, and they will remain in their cars the entire time. Individuals must have an appointment and photo ID ready when arriving at the testing site. Test results will typically be available in 2-3 calendar days, and instructions on accessing results will be provided at the testing site.

These community-based testing sites are being operated by the Snohomish Health District, with volunteer support from the Medical Reserve Corps.

FOR A STEP-BY-STEP LOOK AT DRIVE-THRU TESTING, CLICK TO WATCH OUR INFORMATIONAL VIDEO.

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OTHER TESTING OPTIONS

See this table for other testing locations in Snohomish County and information on testing for non-medical reasons, such as travel.

You can also visit the Department of Health's webpage to find COVID-19 testing locations throughout Washington State.

Note: Please be sure to contact the testing provider and your insurance for specific questions.

Questions

For questions not answered on this page or in the FAQ below, please email covidtesting@snohd.org.